Thursday, November 17, 2016

Sign up for Metro Conversations 1: Does the rise of short-term rentals help or hurt our cities?

Metro Conversations 1 Poster. Select to download.

Earlier this week, I posted about a new series of urban-issues conversations that Councillor Mathew Bond from the District of North Vancouver, Kiersten Duncan from Maple Ridge, Patrick Johnstone from New Westminster, and I are hosting. These conversations are modeled after SFU City Conversations. Over the coming year, we hope to host conversations in the District of North Vancouver, Langley City, and Maple Ridge.

Today, I wanted to share some more information about the conversation that is taking place next Wednesday in New Westminster.

Topic:
Does the rise of short-term rentals help or hurt our cities?

Experts:
Lindsay Kaisaris, Owner Re-up BBQ and AirBnB Operator
Tej Kainth, Executive Director of Tourism New Westminster
Ian Marjoribanks, UBC SCARP student and researcher

Date and Time:
Wed, November 23, 2016
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM PST

Location:
The Network Hub @ The River Market
810 Quayside Drive
New Westminster, BC V3M 6B9

Seating is limited, so while attendance is free and open, we recommend that you reserve your seat.

Reserve you seat at Eventbrite

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